Celtic Music Groups

Celtic music groups of at least 4 or more regular members

Atlanta Junior Ceili Band Atlanta Composed of middle and high school age Irish musicians from the Metro-Atlanta area, they performs 45 minutes shows which include Irish music, dance and song.  
Banish Misfortune Athens Banish Misfortune plays a wide range of Celtic music from slow aires to burn-the-house-down polkas
Barney's Goat Atlanta perform a range of Irish and Scottish songs mixed American material to spin a good yarn through song.  Moving effortlessly from ribald pub songs to poetic and tragic ballads, they sprinkle in wry humor and running commentary to keep their audience  
the Blair Band Nashville The Blair Band is a passionate, high energy Celtic acoustic group with an innovative organic sound. The band performs a combination of Beatles influenced, stirring original songs along with fiery Scottish/Irish trad instrumentals, Celtic Christian and folk rock tunes.
the Bordercollies Atlanta the Collies blend new contemporary Celtic and original songs along with traditional music
Bote Greenville Acoustic Folk Rock with a Celtic Bite  
Buddy O'Reilly Band Atlanta "The Buddies" bring concert quality music and dance to local and regional pub and festival stages, and a festive pub atmosphere to the concert stage
Cavan Cross Acworth a unique sound that lends itself well to traditional Irish and Scottish pieces. Their performance is rounded out by original compositions by their in-house songwriter, Lorena.  
Celtic Ties Peachtree City traditional Celtic music instrumental duo. Great sound  
Emerald Rose Atlanta a four-man Celtic-theme folk rock band with a rich, original sound drawing from diverse influences, music ranges from traditional jigs and reels to original folk rock and pop numbers
Bob Hay & the Jolly Beggars Athens play songs by the 18th century Scottish poet Robert Burns and other old-time folk and bluegrass tunes
Henri's Notions Florence / Tuscaloosa a well-balanced musical mix of traditional Celtic ballads and jigs as well as their own compositions that have a rhythm and voice reflective of their Southern heritage.
Keltic Kudzu Atlanta Keltic Kudzu features traditional and contemporary celtic music with a southern accent.  From lively fiddle tunes to beautiful vocal harmonies and stirring bagpipes, this is a group that fits almost any occasion.  Moving up the charts of Celtic radio.
Lisdoonvarna Atlanta Celtic group with a good mix of flute, tin whistle, mandolin, fiddle, banjo, guitar, bass, maybe accordion, and a lot of vocals for rousing the jigs and reels.  
McClure Bridge Atlanta Christian Music with a Celtic accent  
Mickle-a-do Atlanta Their music ranges from Traditional to Irish Pub with a few originals sprinkled in. They are known for their lively jigs and pub songs and play the Atlanta Ren Fest for the last several years  
Mithril Mobile energetic reels and jigs from Scotland and Ireland, beautiful slow Celtic airs and some exotic tunes from along the Silk Road with a Celtic twist.  
Music in the Glen Atlanta fresh, neo-traditional flair of fiddle and flute driven jigs and reels perfect for pub, coffee house, or party  
Olta Chattanooga plays traditional celtic music, mostly Irish and Scottish, for all occasions in and around the foothills of Appalachia.
Rathkeltair SE (FL, SC, NC) Acoustically based traditional with spine tingling Celtic rock.
Selkie Celtic Band Greenville unique and eclectic group playing Celtic music from Scotland, Ireland, Cape Breton, and British Isles, plus few of its own original tunes. Main sound powered by harp and dulcimer  
Sgian Dubh Atlanta / Marietta band plays their own unique take on traditional songs, including pub favorites, acoustic Celtic punk, pirate songs, & the occasional ballad  
Shanveen Atlanta family of rollicking Celtic musicians playing traditional and contemporary Celtic music  
Shillelagh Law Birmingham rousing sets and rich harmonies highlight this band recently nominated as Birmingham's best folk-acoustic band of 2001 and 2002  
Shillelegh Law Charleston, SC festive sound of the hammer dulcimer give a lively sound featuring fiddle, guitar, Irish percussion instruments, mandolin, recorder, voice, and penny whistle for mostly acoustic renditions of reels and jigs and other types of Celtic music.  
Short Road Home Athens, GA danceable jigs, lively hornpipes, poignant ballads, and more!
Sibin Augusta, GA Traditional Irish music in Augusta has been a part of an underground culture that Sibin has tapped and found enthusiastic audiences whenever they've played  
SlipJig Huntsville, AL high-energy jigs and reels to ancient airs and ballads and combine tight melodies and rhythms with solid vocal harmonies